TOEFL iBT 80+ Points/
Target 80+ Deck 20

Target 80+ Deck 20

Total: 20 words

patch

verb

to repair or restore, especially in a hasty or makeshift way

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impose

verb

to force someone to accept or accommodate someone or something

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frost

noun

a thin layer of ice that forms when the air becomes cold

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pursue

verb

to follow someone or something, usually to try to catch them

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accommodate

verb

to do or follow through something out of kindness or favor

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diversity

noun

the inclusion of different types of people (such as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization

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dull

adjective

not interesting or exciting; dreary

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ensure

verb

to make sure or certain of something

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distinct

adjective

clearly different and distinguishable from others

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circulate

verb

to move or cause to move continuously or freely through a closed system or area

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accommodate

verb

to consider or be influenced by something, such as an opinion or a fact, when deciding, explaining, or doing something

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dissolve

verb

to mix with a liquid and become part of it

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durable

adjective

able to resist wear, damage, or pressure; sturdy and long-lasting

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diagram

noun

a simple drawing or representation showing the structure, appearance, or workings of something

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affection

noun

a feeling of liking or loving someone or something

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invade

verb

to enter a country, city, town, etc. through military force in order to take control of it

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texture

noun

the characteristics of a surface or substance, including its feel, appearance, or consistency

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vertical

adjective

upright, in a manner that goes straight down; having a structure in which there are top, middle, and bottom levels

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prompt

adjective

done, delivered, given, etc. quickly and without delay

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diminish

verb

to decrease or reduce the size, value, or importance of something

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